Positions at Imhoff Waldorf
Positions at Other Waldorf Schools
Proven successful Waldorf teaching experience
A CCE/Waldorf teaching qualification
A good standard of education (e.g. a degree)
The successful applicant must meet the following criteria: Have appropriate Waldorf qualifications, with SACE registration Interest in and identification with the Waldorf ethos of the school Be creative innovative and enthusiastic Have a real interest in children and their development. Letter of Application and Curriculum Vitae to: The College of Teachers, P.O. Box 13416, Mowbray, 7705 Email: email@example.com , Tel. 021 447-0546
Closing date for Applications: 31 August 2017 If Applicants do not hear or receive a response within 14 days of close of application, the application has not been successful.
CLASS 1 TEACHER 2018 REQUIRED AT RAPHAELI WALDORF SCHOOL IN PLETTENBERG BAY
The Class 1 Teacher will be responsible for the group of children in their class and it is expected that they remain until the children reach Class 7. He/she will be responsible for both classroom work and pastoral care. Please send your CV, covering letter and 3 references to Wilmie Monk to firstname.lastname@example.org
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS REQUIRED AT CONSTANTIA WALDORF SCHOOL
The Constantia Waldorf School is looking for High School teachers in the areas of English Home Language, Art (in the FET phase), Mathematics and Physical Science. These are all part-time posts at present. An interest in Waldorf education and a willingness to learn about it is essential. Please state in your application other subjects you are able to teach. Kindly send your letter of application to: The High School Faculty, Constantia Waldorf School, Spaanschemat River Road, Constantia, 7806. Email: email@example.com Fax: 021-7941105.
PRIMARY SCHOOL HANDWORK ASSISTANT TRAINEE TEACHERS REQUIRED AT CONSTANTIA WALDORF SCHOOL
The Constantia Waldorf School has a position open for a Handwork Trainee Assistant for the Primary School from Term 1 of 2018. Working hours will be 10am - 3pm. A qualified and experienced Waldorf teacher is preferable, with SACE registration. Kindly send your letter of application with maximum 2 page curriculum vitae addressed to: The College of Teachers, Constantia Waldorf School, Spaanschemat River Road, Constantia, 7806. Email submissions to the School Coordinator Denise Janssens: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax submissions to: 021-7941105. Closing date for applications: Friday 8 September 2017. If applicants do not hear or receive a response within 14 days of close of application, it may be understood that the application has not been successful.
A Waldorf school impulse in Grahamstown, looking for a teacher
We are a family based in Grahamstown, recently relocated from Cape Town. Our close community in Cape Town is very connected to the Waldorf school movement, and to anthroposophy. Our son Jude attended a Waldorf kindergarten (Rosy Cave, and then Rainbow Bridge, in Lakeside).
In Grahamstown there are currently no Waldorf schools, and in fact no alternative primary schools at all (our nearest option is a Reggio Emilia inspired school in Kenton). Having personally experienced both mainstream and Waldorf schools, we feel deeply that the child-centred, creative approach to education that Waldorf offers is one of the greatest gifts for our children, and for the world.
Many like-minded parents in Grahamstown are home schooling their children, but we do not want to do that. We feel strongly called to set up a small Waldorf cottage school, starting with a Class One in 2018, for our son but also for other children in this community. There are a number of parents who are very interested already.
We are imagining starting with a Class One class of about 7 – 10 children in 2018, and would ideally like to find a teacher who can commit to staying with this class from Class 1 to Class 3 at least. We would like to set up a classroom where there is lots of garden space available, for gardening and outdoor classroom time, and feel confident that we can secure such a space. We also envision this growing into a ‘community’ school, that engages openly with the town of Grahamstown, through offering financial support to children who otherwise could not afford the fees, by ensuring that isiXhosa is learnt as an integral part of the children’s education, by participating in community initiatives like the Grahamstown morning market, etc. We are not expecting the teacher to cover all of these aspects, but foresee drawing on the wider community of parents and others to contribute to the activities of the school.
We are looking for a qualified Waldorf teacher with an adventurous and creative spirit, who would be interested in relocating to the beautiful town of Grahamstown for a few years, and who would be excited by the opportunity to work with a group of committed parents in setting up a new Waldorf initiative.
If this notice speaks to you in any way, please be in touch with Taryn Pereira (email@example.com ; 082 293 6380) or Luke Kaplan (firstname.lastname@example.org; 083 561 6821).